Headlines for Tuesday, March 20, 2007

  • Count the Time Filly Tops 2-Year-Old Sale at Evangeline Downs

    Iknowuthinkimsexy became the sale topper at the March 18 John Franks Memorial 2-year-old in training and paddock sale and the highest-priced horse in the sale's five year history at Evangeline Downs when she fetched a winning bid of $135,000. Though the sale sold more 2-year-olds this year, averages dipped slightly.

  • Real Quiet Completes Test Breeding

    Kentucky Derby (gr. I) winner Real Quiet, who was treated at the University of Pennsylvania's New Bolton Center for abscesses in both hind feet, completed a successful test breeding March 19 at the University of Pennsylvania's New Bolton Center.

  • Triple Crown Dates Set as National Fundraising Days for Barbaro Fund

    The National Thoroughbred Racing Association, Churchill Downs, Magna Entertainment, and the New York Racing Association announced March 20 that Kentucky Derby day, Preakness Stakes day, and Belmont Stakes day have been established as national fundraising dates for the NTRA Charities â€" Barbaro Memorial Fund.

  • Belmont Bash Will Benefit Equine Research and Feature "Fab Faux"

    This year's Belmont Bash will be held at the historic Hudson Theatre at the Millennium Broadway Hotel in New York City June 8. Benefiting Grayson-Jockey Club Research Foundation, the Bash will feature cocktails, dinner, and musical entertainment by the Beatles tribute band The Fab Faux. Tickets are $350.

  • Street Sense edges Any Given Saturday in the Tampa Bay Derby.

    Kentucky Derby Trail: Finally Making Some Sense of it All

    Not even a change to green silks on St. Patrick's Day for Any Given Saturday could deny 2-year-old champ Street Sense a hard-earned victory in the Tampa Bay Derby (gr. III). Also on Saturday, rapidly emerging stars Cobalt Blue and Curlin burst on the Derby scene with impressive scores in their two-turn debuts.

  • Ray Paulick<br>Editor-in-Chief

    Hoosier Daddy

    <i>By Ray Paulick</i> - Many state racing commissioners talk about cracking down on cheaters in our sport. Indiana regulators are taking serious action.

  • Cynthia Biamon

    He's the Man

    <i>By Cynthia Biamon</i> - And then he emerged...heading straight toward one of the world's most famous tracks and to his thousands of fans. His blinkers revealed just enough of hungry eyes, eyes that were taking in the surroundings, sizing up the competition, and readying to devour all opponents.